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Jul 21, 2010 12:00pm EDT
. our guest is an attorney for the american civil liberties union of maryland. maryland law requires here, david, consent from all parties where there is a reasonable expectation of privacy. why would there be an expectation of privacy on a public road? >> there plain and simply isn't any expectation of privacy. and i think it's important to remember here that it's a public official who was performing his official duty in public who is claiming that he had a reasonable expectation of privacy. and every court that has ever considered that question has said that such officials do not have an expectation of privacy. what we have here is a really extraordinary abuse of power both by the police and by the state's attorney's office that's charging mr. graber. >> and what gets me is that in many cases you have dash camera video now rolling during every traffic stop so that a person is recorded on the side of the road. how is it fair for the cops to do it but not fair for a private citizen to do it? >> that's exactly right. in fact, the maryland state police have those dash cams by virtue of
MSNBC
Jul 29, 2010 2:00pm EDT
-year-old nurse and her daughter. now investigators in maryland want to know if scott used his job to select his victims. i want to get the latest from michelle sego gona. what officials are saying about the possible connection to other unsolved murders. >> jason thomas scott is charged with the first two counts of murder. that's out of a prince george's county neighborhood theyç have been to. there was also another mother-daughter murder in that same neighborhood that investigators believe he is responsible for but those official charges have not come down yet. along with another murder in 2008 in a home in buoy, maryland, which is about 15 minutes from the other four murders that he could possibly be responsible for that one as well. along with other murders in other jurisdictions, so this case just keeps expanding as time goes on. >> this is the really scary part because police say the suspect's job as u.p.s. is quote a core piece of this investigation, so explain how is that? >> he worked in the shipping label department where he would correct the labels basically on packages
MSNBC
Jul 16, 2010 11:00am EDT
was right there. german town, maryland. about 20 miles northwest of d.c. belt felt through maryland, d.c. and virginia and west virginia. it woke up our household. if did feel like kind of that freight train, a rumble that came in a wave. it started low and crescendoed and then died down and lasted five or seven seconds and this c clushay of the freight train. this is the most significant quake they ever felt. small quakes we have from time to time but the last time we had a quake here in the neighborhood of 2.0 that was back in 2008. back to you guys. >> the president was asked this morning if he felt it and he said he did not. >> really? a lot of ooour colleagues in d. said they didn't feel it. it's kind of strange, i'm out in maryland and i felt it. >> it's just because you're on high alert. >> always. my antenni are up and ready. >> you're looking for anything in the night. all right, tom, thank you very much. >>> this morning in michigan people are dealing with the aftermath of a wave of thunderstorms that slam under to the western part of that state. the storms blew through quick
MSNBC
Jul 30, 2010 3:00pm EDT
to get more crowd maryland the u.s. in the time it takes to go down to the wire, 801 babies will be born. that's 267 newborns a minute. and all those births are helping fuel a population boom. researchers say by next year planet earth will have 7 billion people. a report shows the u.s., australia, canada and new zo zealand will continue to grow because of higher birthrates and immigration. >>> a wild scene in southwest france. the bull going bonkers is the big draw. unlike spaniards at the running of the bulls, the french it seem try to stand their ground against the raging beasts and don't do too well. ouch. in france, a tour bus goes into the drink. but wouldn't you know the sunk bus became quite the tourist attraction of its own. >>> in london, you can now easily bypass a tour bus for a bicycle. in a move to go greener, the city has made bikes available for rent. all throughout the city. >>> sarah palin is getting ready for her next big book signing tour after the huk success of going rogue. the publisher unveiled this book cover today. it won't hit stores until november. >>> jill bid
MSNBC
Jul 7, 2010 3:00pm EDT
on backup generators. at the u.s. naval academy in maryland, an endurance test in this heat proved too much for four mid shipmen who are now being treated for heat exhaustion. and the extreme temperatures are even keeping trains from running on time. there have been equipment lockdowns and a.c. failures, staaling service on amtrak's northeast corridor. temperatures in the hundreds and upper 90s are spreading across the country. take a look at this weather map. and you get a sense of just how uncomfortable it is out there. let's head over to new york's times square. how does it feel out there, peter? >> you know, chris, some people's mixed fortune are other people's marketing opportunity. maybe it's not 99 degrees at the moment. the real problem is the heat index that the weather channel tells us is going to reach 100 degrees. that's why if you're turning on the ac at home, keep it at 78 degrees at that opportunity. >> it's hot in georgia. we're excited about seeing new york. >> give us a sense of how you deal with the heat. you're a veteran heat expert as a georgian. what are you going to d
MSNBC
Jul 23, 2010 11:00am EDT
. they put raw cookie dough on the dashboard in frederick, maryland. it baked the cookies to a crisp and, sadly, they kind of looked delicious. well, the group wanted to show a more serious point here. how dangerous it is to leave pets and children in the car on a hot day. point taken. >>> charlie rangel is facing some serious ethics charges, but it's the impact his case may have on the mid-term elections that has democrats really nervous. more on that straight ahead. ever seen anything like it? me neither. it's new beneful incredibites. uh-huh! it's just the way you like it-- made with wholesome grains, real beef, even carrots and peas. you love the smaller-size, easy-to-chew kibbles, and i love the carbohydrates for energy and protein for muscles. whoa! wait for me! ha-ha. you only think you're getting spoiled. [ woman announcing ] new beneful incredibites. another healthful, flavorful beneful. ♪ [ male announcer ] we make them beautiful. ♪ we make them tougher. ♪ we make them legendary. we make them better... ♪ to make your life better. ♪ and we've never made one... quite li
MSNBC
Jul 16, 2010 2:00pm EDT
this morning in washington, d.c. and maryland today. it was the strongest quake to hit within 30 miles of d.c. since officials started keeping records and that was in 1974. the quake hit at 5:04:00 a.m., and was centered in the rockville, maryland area, but caused no serious dang, thankfully. even the president was asked about it this morning. >> did you feel the earthquake, mr. president? >> i didn't. >> well, pretty easy. >>> john edwards, much publicized affair with rielle hunter may be turned into, get this, a hollywood movie. erin sorkin has optioned the tell-all book by young. it details how young helped edwards hide the affair. >>> and what's the obama family doing this summer? the president says they're still trying to figure it out, their plans, but he did reveal what malia will be up to. >> a month of it is going to be taken up with malia going away for camp, which she has never done before, and i may shed a tear when she is on the way out. >> those are the things we thought you should know on this friday. >>> also, crossing the line, you tell me. is it going too far to outlaw dod
MSNBC
Jul 18, 2010 11:00am EDT
of maryland and director of economics at the u.s. international trade commission. there was this report, peter, that talked about from "the washington post" that talked about american companies sitting on more than a trillion dollars worth of cash, but not being willing to put that money toward hiring. what would make -- what would be the tipping point for them to say now i'm ready? >> they need a lot more customers. the economy is only growing maybe fundamentally at about a 2rs rate and they can cover that with productivity growth. the rest of the growth we've seen has been inventory adjustments. if you look at goods purchased off the shelves or restaurant meals, basic demand is growing maybe 2% tops. that's not enough to encourage people to invest, create new plans. they can get it out of existing employees. >> if you have the white house saying look, the stimulus is working and it takes type and we're not happy with the pace but you have to know the recovery act has saved or created about 3 million jobs if you're one of the millions out of work that your jobless benefits have expired and yo
MSNBC
Jul 22, 2010 2:00pm EDT
to them with words of encouragement, prayers, and checks, i mean there was one man in maryland who decided to donate all of his hard earned overtime pay for the last three months to these workers. thousands of dollars worth. other people sent in checks for $100 or even just a few and what that meant today for these workers was that they were each handed a check and someone donated food for them to take home and then there will be more coming. it's just been this real outpouring. here's what we heard from the owner of the company when the story first aired lasu0month. >> we have a good company here. and we hope to be able to get back to where we were. >> reporter: and that's an unknown? >> it's an unknown now. >> reporter: well, it's still an unknown. they don't know when they'll be able to reopen. they think they will at some point. right now they're looking at november as a target date. when you talk to people who had worked here, it's really a month to month, week to week battle and to hear about that and how they're having to scrimp and pinch. one worker here moved in with another worke
MSNBC
Jul 22, 2010 3:00pm EDT
-rays. should they be used on children? a maryland mother is outraged that her 12-year-old daughter had to go through one. she says it was like giving the young girl a strip search. let's bring in michelle. good to see you, michelle. tell us what happened to your daughter. she wasn't with you, right? she was with family friends. >> right, she was not traveling with us. she was traveling with very close family friends. >> and she goes and, as i understand it, she was the last person in line, everyone else had gone through security, right? >> yes. the rest of her party had proceeded through the metal detector as usual.ç and she was getting ready to do the same, and they pulled her aside to put her through the body scan machine. >> did she understand what was going on? >> no. she had no idea what was going on. she was concerned she was being separated from her party. and she didn't understand what the machine was doing. >> and i'm wondering what the family friends are thinking at this point as well. they have responsibility for your little girl. >> right. they weren't aware she had been pulled
MSNBC
Jul 25, 2010 8:00am EDT
as a bicyclist went to cardiac arrest in maryland. more from jeff morrow. jeff? >> alex, the heat continues, unfortunately, along much of the southeast coast and the mid atlantic as well. everywhere you look at the shading here, we're talking about heat advisories and heat warnings as well. excessive heat warnings in carolina to the coast and to the areas of pennsylvania and philadelphia. yesterday, norfolk hit an all-time record high, never been that hot before, up around 106 degrees. just amazing stuff. the only thing that's going to break this heat are the big thunderstorms. of course, over the last couple of days, we've been hearing about the nalsty thunderstorms with the massive flooding in iowa in the chicagoland area. some of the storms will sag south. anywhere from kentucky to the mid atlantic, some of the heat may be broken by some of the storms. no such luck from southern virginia all the way down to the carolinas and southeast georgia. alex? >> thanks for that. president obama reaching out to the base amid growing criticism on the left. made a surprise appearance yesterday in the
MSNBC
Jul 25, 2010 9:00am EDT
, a bicyclist in maryland who died from a heart attack. for more, let's go to the weather channel's jeff morrow. jeff? >>> alex, the heat continues, unfortunately, along much of the southeast coast and the mid atlantic as well. everywhere you're looking at here, you're talking about heat advisories and heat warnings as well. excessive heat warnings in the east coast and areas in pennsylvania near philadelphia. yesterday, norfolk hit an all-time record high. it's never been that hot before. up around 106 degrees. just amazing stuff. now, the only thing that's going to break this heat are some big thunderstorms. of course, over the last couple of days, we've been hearing about all of the nalsty thunderstorms with the massive flooding in iowa around the chicagoland area. some of the storms will start to sag south. and i think anywhere from kentucky on over to the mid atlantic, some of the heat may be broken by some of the storms. no such luck, though, from southern virginia all the way down to the carolinas in to southeast georgia. alex? >> thank you for that. >>> bye-bye bonnie. the ships are mov
MSNBC
Jul 25, 2010 11:00am EDT
, a bicyclists that died in maryland from the sweltering heat. >> the heat continues along much of the southeast coast and the mid-atlantic as well. everywhere you're looking at this shading here, we're talking about heat advisories and heat warnings as well, excessive heat warnings in eastern carolina to the coast and south eastern portions of pennsylvania near philadelphia. norfolk hit an all-time record high. up around 106 degrees. amazing stuff. the only thing that will break the heat is big thunderstorms. over the last couple of days, we've been hearing about the nasty thunderstorms with the mastive flog in iowa, chicagoland area, some storms will start to sag south, and i think anywhere from kentucky on over to the mid-atlantic, some of the heat may be broken by storms, and no such luck from southern virginia down through the carolinas into southeast georgia. >> thank you for that jeff morrow. >>> after waiting for tropical storm bonnie to spluter, they are once again working on plugging the broken well in the gulf of mexico. and janet shuary sham -- janet i haddian joins us with more. >>
MSNBC
Jul 4, 2010 9:00am EDT
-atlantic regions, maryland, virginia, that's going to happen monday and go through the latter part of the week. certainly hod today. hotter going into tomorrow. across the middle of country, there's a weakness here, big feed of moisture. some of the moisture left over from alex that came into northern mexico. a lot of deep tropical moisture lifting up through the plains. along with that it is a pretty wet day today in iowa, down through missouri, down into kansas, as well. scattered showers here from oklahoma down through texas. so these are the areas where we could have problems with fireworks later today. minneapolis, st. paul, chicago, des moines, kansas city, down into oklahoma city. maybe into the dallas area as well. certainly back towards denver. we've got an area of showers and storms along that front in florida, a lot of that's going to go away as we get into the evening hours but there's a chance that we'll see scattered showers and storms and the same story going into tomorrow as well. >> carl parker, see if there are any changes next hour. >>> the crews are making the final adjustm
MSNBC
Jul 7, 2010 11:00am EDT
hydrate before you go out. >> again, the news out of anapsis, maryland. four mid-shipmen suffered from heat. >>> we go to ron allen in times square. ron, we know that there have been power outages throughout the area and a lot of people behind you and they all from this vantage point looks like they're sweating. what's the latest? >> some are sweating and some are not. i have been sweating for the last few hours out here. it has gotten hotter and hotter. times square one of the hottest places in new york. most people are waiting in line for tickets at broadway plays and we were asking some of them why they're out here and how long they have been waiting. this is dawn miracle and her daughters who are from florida and you're not really bothered by the heat at all. >> not too much. i mean, it's hot, but i live in florida so we're used to the heat. >> any advice to people like me who are suffering? >> water, shade, cool towel. that is my advice. >> you have your husband waiting in the line and you guys are standing here in the line. that also is a good strategy. >> that is a good strategy
MSNBC
Jul 7, 2010 12:00pm EDT
an hour ago at the navel academy at annapolis, maryland. four mid shipmen had to be treated for heat exhaustion. mike seidel is in the nation's capitol where any summer seems steamy there, but how is today fe feeling, mike? >> reporter: first i want to comment on the situation at the navel academy, running that in the middle of the day is probably not the smartest thing. normally they do that early in the morning in the coolest part of the day. right now we're at 99 contessa, take a look at the temperatures on the big board, 99 now, so we have tied the record for today. yesterday we hit 102 and missed the record high by one degree. ahead index here 104, so we're into that danger category, it will climb a few more degrees this afternoon, we're forecasting 102 here at the capitol. meanwhile, new york city, 97 today, or 97 right now, we don't think it's going to get as warm as yesterday when it was 103 in central park. and right now in philadelphia, they have tied the record i believe at 99, we're expecting a high there this afternoon up around 100 degrees, maybe a degree or two warmer.
MSNBC
Jul 7, 2010 2:00pm EDT
. but listen to this. this happened earlier today at the naval academy in annapolis, maryland. they just completed an obstacle course in the blazing sun. temperatures in the mid 90s. and officials in new york city used a fire hydrant to hook up a special drinking fountain in times square. they weren't prepared for this time of heat. it's been used by tourists and residents alike. peter, i just saw you take a deep breath. i hope you've been able to get a lot of water. it's scorching there. >> the folks at the weather channel are 3 degrees cooler than the place we picked. the concrete approaching 100 degrees. let you look back in that direction. it's the humidity. this is where everybody comes. you see the spain and german fans, the world cup fans. out here trying to find televisions, to watch the soccer game a short time from now. these folks are hot, they're not messing around. the chocolate bars they're handing out it's melting like butter right now. let's talk to one family. you're from the georgia area. so you brought the heat with you, how is it? >> it's really, really hot here. it's
MSNBC
Jul 14, 2010 3:00pm EDT
showed a link to heart attacks, straek stroeks and even death. bob bazell is in gaithersburg, maryland, where the future of that drug is being decided. what are we hearing out of today's hearing? >> well, i'm not in gaithersb hg as you can see, i'm in washington bureau. but we're monitoring the hearing. if there's evidence that a drug causes increased heart risk, should it stay on the market, even though its sales have dropped because of marketplace by about 2/3. that's the question facing the panel. a lot of people are determining whether it indicates the fda is going to take a new direction, looking at drugs after they're on the market and if they do seem to have a problem to take them off. that's been one of the big criticisms of the fda in the past, is that they haven't done enough of that. >> was there any indication there might be these kinds of problems? >> there weren't. but there have been indications for several years now of a problem, and that's what the big issue is. the same panel met three years ago, and it voted then that there was a heart risk but voted to keep the drug
MSNBC
Jul 15, 2010 10:00am EDT
. >>> okay, diet drugs, big business. we all know that and right now federal experts are meeting in maryland to talk about the next thing in the battle of the bulge. drugmakers are pushing a new prescription drug called nexa, but the fda wants to make sure it is safe. let's bring in robert bazell and what do we know about this drug, bob? >> well, chris, it's a combination of two drugs that are already on the market. one of them is the fen that was in the fen-phen and stopped diet drug production for a long time because that caused severe heart disease. all the indications that have been presented so far this morning at this panel discussion indicate that what the drug does is it allows people to take off about 10% of their body weight over a year and it doesn't seem to have any severe side effects. the side effectsç include dry mouth and sleeplessness and things like that, but not anything terribly serious, at least according to the company. it looks like this drug will be approved, but it will be watched very closely and two more diet drugs coming up and there is a new era of diet drugs a
MSNBC
Jul 21, 2010 11:00am EDT
, but very intimidating. how many people get a gun pulled on them for a traffic stop. maybe in maryland, but not here. >> is your concern a bigger picture here. you have a lot of people with cell phone cameras and the police feel they are under pressure and there is a backlash against people who may take them on with video. >> well, you know, they're recording us. they're videotaping us. they have dashboard cams and now they're carrying video cameras on our uniforms and in kansas there is a sheriff's office they're using cameras on their uniform. the san jose police department, they're using it and in california you have a two-party consent law. so, i mean, we record them. it's a first amendment right to document, observe what police officers doing. they have an expectation of privacy in public while they're doing their public duties. it's not really a question. >> all right, carlos miller, we greatly appreciate it. we'll continue t follow this story from both sides of the debate on this one. thank you. >>> well, the senate is poised to finally pass the bill extending jobless benefits.
MSNBC
Jul 23, 2010 3:00pm EDT
arizona, colorado, cincinnati, maryland. just all over the place. the outpouring from the community is unbelievable. it's more than we expected. >> that is so nice. will the girls sell lemonade again, do you think? >> we are doing another one on july 31st. the proceeds will be donated to a local charity in pontiac where we reside. >> that's a lovely ending to the story. i have a feeling the girls are going to have to make a lot of lemonade that day. danielle, thank you. good luck to the girls when they open the stand again. >> thank you. >>> and now to the fastest three minutes in news with the first lady putting her trademark guns to good use. ready? michelle obama did the honors at a u.s. coast guard cutter christening with two swings she cracked open a bottle of champagne. the cutter bears the name of the first woman to serve as a commissioned officer in the u.s. coast guard. today massachusetts nart john kerry is denying he's trying to save on taxes by docking his new yacht in rhode island instead of in his home state. but he is saving about $500,000 in taxes. his camp says his
MSNBC
Jul 8, 2010 10:00am EDT
doing the irish jig down the street. new york city and down the coast of maryland and delaware, that's the exception. a lot of sunshine just about everywhere else out there. as far as what we're dealing with. the current heat index feels like 93 in d.c. and yesterday the heat index peaked around 105 and today right around 100. the actual forecast, 95 in d.c. compare that to 100 yesterday. the humidity is up, too. also very hot in atlanta today and look at our friends out west that are waking up with. portland, oregon, 100. we don't want to forget the heat wave they're just starting. tropical depression number two just about to make landfall south of the texas/mexico border. a nonevent out there. just a lot of rain in areas of southern texas. >> okay, bill, thank you. >>> and president obama getting off of marine one. he's heading over to air force one and, of course, he's heading on a combined political and economic trip today. he is campaigner in chief heading to missouri and nevada to help push along some democrats who are in senate races in both states, but he will also be talking
MSNBC
Jul 15, 2010 2:00pm EDT
. >>> and at this hour, an fda hearing continues in maryland invol involving qunexa. that's a diet drug that promises to fight pounds and lower the oboats rate. 30% of adults are overweight. qnexa is the first weight loss drug in over a decade and now the fda is looking at whether it is safe. nbc's chief health correspondent bob bazell joins us live from washington, d.c. bob, what makes this qnexa different from other drugs we've seen in the past, especially some that have been controversial and eventually taken off the market? >> reporter: that's the big question, tamron, that's in front of the advisory panel that's going to advise the leadership of the fda about whether to approve this drug. this drug contains two ingredients, and one of them is the same thing that was in fen-phen, which was a diet drug that was taken off the market ten years ago because it caused serious heart problems. and they're looking -- and this drug has side effects. there has been no indication so far of heart problems, other than an increased heart beat. there are problems with emotional changes, with lack of sleep and th
MSNBC
Jul 16, 2010 3:00pm EDT
. >>> an extremely rare earthquake shook the nation's capital this morning. 3.6 magnitude near gaitherburg, maryland, but felt in four states as well as d.c. it was the largest quake ever recorded in that area. and while no one was hurt, twitter and blogs were on fire with people talking about what happened to them. president obama, however, says he didn't feel anything in the white house. >>> the first family is spending the weekend in bush country. that would be the state of maine. the obamas arrived early this afternoon, and will be staying on mt. desert island. that's the home aaindicatedia national park. population 5,000. where they will reportedly try to enjoy themselves in privacy. with no public events scheduled. >>> west virginia's governor joe mansion has named one of his former aides to succeed robert byrd who past away last month after serving longer than anyone in the history of the senate. 36-year-old cart goodwin formerly served as chief counsel from 2005 to 2009. he left to go back to private practice as an attorney. he'll hold the seat until november, and then a general election wil
MSNBC
Jul 18, 2010 10:00am EDT
and represents maryland's 8th district. good to see you today, representative. >> good to be with you. >> when we're talking about gridlock in washington aren't we seeing that already? it doesn't matter whether the house has a true majority or not, the fact is in the senate republicans have enough votes to grind washington to a halt. >> there's no doubt republicans in the senate are working every day to try to block that agenda, despite their efforts we've been able to pass some very important legislation. this tuesday, for example, the president will sign the wall street accountability legislation. the thing i think people need to understand is if given the chance, what republicans would do, and john boehner, the republican leader, just said last week he would work to repeal the wall street reform bill. we know what happened last time when the republicans were in charge with respect to the subpoena power. instead of focusing on the issuissu issues of the country they focused on the impeachment of bill clinton. there's a lot the american people need to think about and what it will mean for the ec
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